- check again to be sure something is correct
He double-checked the price of the airplane ticket.
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double-check — double checks, double checking, double checked VERB If you double check something, you examine or test it a second time to make sure that it is completely correct or safe. [V n] Check and double check spelling and punctuation... [V that] Double… … English dictionary
double-check — (v.) 1958, from DOUBLE (Cf. double) + CHECK (Cf. check) (v.). Related: Double checked; double checking … Etymology dictionary
double-check — UK US /ˌdʌblˈtʃek/ verb [I or T] ► to make completely certain something is correct or safe, usually by examining it again: »She sent an e mail reminding colleagues to double check facts in company publications. »I think the figure is €900, but I… … Financial and business terms
double-check — ☆ double check [dub′ lchek΄ ] vt., vi. to check again; verify n. the act of double checking … English World dictionary
double-check — v [I and T] to check something again so that you are completely sure it is correct, safe etc … Dictionary of contemporary English
double-check — verb intransitive or transitive to check something for a second time so that you are certain it is right … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
double-check — ► VERB ▪ check again … English terms dictionary
Double check — There is also Double Check (novel), a novel in the Traces series by Malcolm Rose. a b c d e f … Wikipedia
double check — noun something that checks the correctness of a previous check • Syn: ↑countercheck • Derivationally related forms: ↑double check • Hypernyms: ↑assay, ↑check * * * noun Etymolog … Useful english dictionary
double-check — UK / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms double check : present tense I/you/we/they double check he/she/it double checks present participle double checking past tense double checked past participle double checked to check something for a … English dictionary
double check — 1. noun a) An extra check or verification made a second time, usually with additional caution or attention. Why dont you make another double check of the house to see if there are still rats around? b) A situation in which a king is attacked by… … Wiktionary